1. In general, the arrangement of parent-child relationships for all connected nodes that make up an object (also known as object hierarchy) or a scene (also known as DAG or scene hierarchy).
  2. In animation, a hierarchy of joint chains.Also known as skeleton hierarchy.
  1. In subdivision modeling, the number of levels in a subdivision surface.In other software packages, known as mesh smooth.
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